Koh Kood is the fourth largest island of Thailand, the second largest after Koh Chang, of the 52 islands in the Koh Chang National Marine Park.
Its topography is similar like Koh Chang, mountainous and largely covered in the rain forest. The highest hill on Koh Kood, at 315 metres, is Khao Phaentee in the southeast of Koh Kood Island. The sea here is extremely clear and a brilliant blue colour. This makes the many beaches that run down the West coast of the island extremely pleasant places to be.
Also there are some excellent corals at shallow depths on many of the beaches and wonderful Klong Chao waterfall you should definitely visit. The waters around this small island are ideal for snorkelling and scuba diving, while the beaches are a great place to spend a day sunbathing and relaxing.